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Why I No Longer Believe in Jesus(A Torah Keeper's Journey From Christianity to Tanach Only)

Why I am no longer a Christian. The story of a Torah Keeper's journey out of Christianity and into Tanach only. The reasons why and the scriptures to support it.

Yad and Torah Scroll stock photo. Image of language, holy - 21544282

Photo about Torah scroll with a yad pointer showing Numbers 6:24-26 (known as the Aaronic blessing). Image of language, holy, parchment - 21544282

Difference Between

Difference Between Torah and Tanakh In the past and recent times, human beings have always used religion as a guide on behavior, morals, ethics, practices, and worldviews. Religion also relates humanity to spiritual and supernatural elements. Among religious practices practiced include Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism, just to mention a few. All these are guided by religious scriptures, passed down

Simchat Torah (Rejoicing with the Torah)

What is Simchat Torah? When is Simchat Torah? How is Simchat Torah Celebrated? History behind Simchat Torah, a Jewish holiday celebrating the Torah.

Difference Between

Difference Between Talmud and Torah Non-Jewish people often confuse two important words in Jewish history: the Talmud and the Torah. They sounds vaguely similar, and may sound like they stem from the same concept, when, in fact, these are two very different things. The Talmud is the most vital manuscript of the conventional Judaism

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🌟12th mitzvah in the Torah!🌟Can you guess which one it is? Check it out!
The 11th Mitzvah in the Torah according to the Sefer Hachinuch
TORAH TOTS "THE 12 PESUKIM" is an animated series of stories and songs by Reuven A. Stone and Baruch P. Stone. Each story is filled with exciting dilemmas teaching that there are consequences to our actions, a concept that can be learned on different levels. That's what makes Torah Tots so special; it spans the early childhood years, helping to develop a good sense of judgement, pride and understanding in a fun and exciting way!